Electronic Resources Resident Librarian, Bates College, Lewiston, ME

Bates College seeks applications for a two-year (with optional one-year extension) Electronic Resources Resident Librarian. This residency position provides an opportunity for an entry-level librarian to explore and gain professional experience as an academic librarian.

The Electronic Resources Resident Librarian position is allocated half-time to technical services and electronic resources, reporting to the Associate College Librarian for Collection Management and Scholarly Communications. The remaining half-time is distributed among other areas within Information and Library Services. The Resident Librarian will spend the first six months rotating through various functional areas of the library, archives, and curricular technology. After the initial rotation is complete, the resident will commit the remaining half-time to the functional area(s) of their choice.

The Resident Librarian is encouraged to actively engage in research, scholarship, and professional activities, and will be supported in pursuing professional development opportunities and in honing skills for future employment. The Resident will have access to a broad network of supportive colleagues and will be provided with both library and campus mentors. The Resident will also have the opportunity to attend professional conferences and Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Diversity Alliance residency cohort meetups.

For full information and to apply, visit https://apply.interfolio.com/60078

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